Little handshake: Crores in the account!; Court to return Abu Dhabi | United Arab Emirates | Judge

Depositing money into someone else’s account by mistake, the recipient refuses when asked to return the money, then goes to court to get the money back. It’s like a story when you listen. But it was a businessman in the United Arab Emirates who had to go to court because of a mistake. The businessman did not put one or two rupees into someone else’s account without knowing the reason. 25 lakh dirhams. That is 5.52 crore rupees!

The businessman deposited crores in the Abu Dhabi native’s account. As soon as he realized the mistake, he asked to pay the amount in full, but the person who received such an amount unexpectedly was not ready to return it. Because of this the help of the court had to be sought. During the investigation, it was discovered that the person who received the money withdrew some amount and transferred the rest of the money to other accounts. The plaintiff then brought a civil action against him. The defendant’s bank statement was presented to the court.

The Abu Dhabi Court of First Instance, which examined the case, ordered the money to be returned to the owner. The judge said in the ruling that no one has the right to take other people’s money without just cause. The court also ordered the Abu Dhabi native to pay the plaintiff’s legal costs.


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